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MISSILE 1977 

Bedford High School 



DEDICATION 



"I am a part of all that I have 
met." As we mature, we be^in 
to realize that what we are is 
just a bit of everything that we 
have touched and been touched 
by. As we venture forward in 
search of what we shall become, 
we pause to look back and pon- 
der the path we have left be- 
hind us, the memories of every- 
thing that has been. We see that 
the most important part of our 
growth has been the people 
who have cared, those who have 
given us fragments of them- 
selves to aid in our individual 
pursuits. We wish to say 
thank-you, and to dedicate our 
book, and our memories, to 
those special individuals who 
took the time to care and to be- 
come a part of our spirit." 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Introduction 4 

Seniors 14 

Activities 72 

Sports 106 

Underclassmen 140 

Faculty 160 

Conclusion 204 



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SUSAN ADLER 
Sioux 





STEPHEN ANTHONY 
Doue 

"Someday I'll find what I've searched 
so long for. I'll gather it up and hold it 
close and remember the day I had no- 
thing but a dream." 



DAVID ALAN AURA 
Dave 



ROBERT H. AYASSE 
Bob 

"Life is a fatal adventure. It can only 
have one end. So why not make it as 
far ranging and free as possible?" 




BRENDA BEECY 

"Believe tn yourself and in your dream 
though impossible things may seem. 
Someday, somehow you'll get through to 
the goal you have in mind. " 



DANA BESSE 



BOYD R. BICKMORE 

"Life is but a stage and we are but 
players that strut and fret upon it and 
then are gone. " 




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PETER BILAFER 
Pete 

"/ made it through, no big deal. My 
advice is, JUST BE REAL. " 



LAUREN B. BINSACK VIRGINIA BISSANTI KIMBERLEY BLAKE 

"Triumph is just umph added to try." Ginny Kim 




AMY R. BOHROD 
Bo 

"/ am of the earth. She rewards me 
with the passing of time, and when I 
long to leave, she will embrace me for 
eternity. " 



DENISE BOUDREAU 

"A road might lead you anywhere - to 
Mexico or Maine. But then it might 
just fool you and lead you hack home 
again." 



DONNA BOUDREAU 

"A Itttle nonsense now and then is re- 
lished by the wisest men. " 




MARY ELLEN 
BRADFORD 

"See everything, overlook a great deal, 
improve a little. " 



DENNIS P. BRADY 



JAMES BRADY 
Jim 




PAUL BRAVERMAN MONTY BROCK ANN ERODE 

"What is life but a spectrum, and "Be like the sun that shines on every- 
U'hat is music but life itself i'" thing that looks to it." 




RUSSELL BROWN RITA LORRAINE STEPHEN BRYANT 

BROWN 
Lorie 

"/ speak save of that which is even 
now moving within your souls." 




MICHAEL BUCK 
Myke 



VICKI LYNN BULLOCK 

"Baby, the rain must fall, baby, the 
wind must blow wherever my heart 
leads me, baby I must go." 



GEORGE BUMANN 




KEVIN CAMPBELL 




KAREN TERESA CARISTI 

"// / can do good in years ahead, carry 
out each promise said, work hard yet 
still be free, I'll be proud to say ' I'm 
me. " 



ROBERT CLYDE 
Bob 

"Who am /.-' This is the most impor- 
tant question in one's life and yet it 
often goes unanswered." 



TAMYRA CODE 
Tammy « 



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CAROL COLLINS 

"Greater love hath no man than this, 
that a man lay down his life for a 
friend. " 



STEPHEN COLLINS 
Steve 



BRUCE A. COLOMBO 

"The only reward of virtue is virtue, 
the only way to have a friend is to be 
one." 




LESLIE ANN COLONERO 

"// in the face of disappointment, and 
misfortune, you can maintain a smile 
and a word of cheer, some will call you 
an optimist. Most will call you a jerk." 



BONNIE COMLEY 



PATRICIA M. 
CONCANNON 
Patty 

"A man may die, nations may rise and 
fall, hut an idea lives on. Ideas have 
endurance without death." 




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PATRICK CONLEY 
Pat 

"Life is like a sewer, you get out of it 
what you put into it. Sofisticated, 
huh?" 



CAROL A. COOPER 

"For what is a man profited, if he 
shall gain the whole world, and lose 
his own soul?" 



SHEILA CORRIGAN 




ROBIN A. COSMAN 



KATHRYN COULES 
Kathy 

"Tis easy enough to he pleasant, when 
life flow's along like a song; But the 
man worth while is the one who will 
smile when everything goes dead 
wrong. " 



DIANA L. COUTO 

"Just for today - I will he unafraid to 
enjoy what is beautiful and believe 
that as I give to the world, the world 
will give to me. " 




PAULA E. CRANDELL 

"Smile and think a happy thought 
and the world will he a smile and a 
thought better.' 





MARK DALLAIRE 

"/ would trade all of my tomorrows for 
one yesterday with you. " 



DOUGLAS DALRYMPLE 
Doug 



GINA M. DEBERARDIS 

"Like the twilight in the road up 
ahead, they don't see just where we are 
gain'. And all the secrets in the uni- 
verse whisper in our ears and all the 
years will come and go - always up. " 




SCOTT DERLETH 




TIMOTHY DEVINE 
Tim 



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DEBORAH 
DI CLEMENTE 
Deb 

"Those who have friends are rich." 



11 j 



MARSHA DIRECTOR 



"As we wander 
down the path- 
ways of life, obs- 
tacles will 
forever try to 
obstruct our 
way: but we 
must try not to 
let them, for if 
we do, we may 
not live to see the 
horizon. " 




ERIN M. DOHERTY BARRY DONAHUE KATHRYN DOOLEY 

Dool 

"Happiness is as a butterfly, which 
when pursued, is always just beyond 
your grasp, but which, if you will sit 
down quietly, may alight upon you. " 




PAULA DOUCET CATHERINE DRUAN BRIAN DUKE 

Cathy 

"I'll be back tonight when the music 
plays, and then I'll dance all the blues 
away. " 




DONNA DUNCAN THERESA DUNN SHARON EARL 

Dune Terry 

"Happy are those who dream dreams, 
and are ready to pay the price to make 
them come true." 



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GARY FELTHAM 



CHRISTOPHER FERRY 
Chris 



LYNN FITZGERALD 

"This is true happiness . , . to realize 
that all of a sudden in your heart, life 
has accomplished its final miracle. It 
has become a fairy tale. " 




MICHAEL FLANAGAN 
Mike 

"Knowledge is the only instrument of 
production that is not subject to di- 
minishing returns." 




ANDREW FLETCHER 
Andy 



MARK L FLETCHER 



DANIEL FLYNN 
Dan 



"Men suffer want 
and become curiously 
ignorable: a prosperity 
makes them curiously 
tile. But look how 
noble the world is. " 



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JANET FLYNN 

"Do not follow where the path leads. 
Rather, go where there is no path and 
leave a trail." 



RONALD FONE 
Ron 



RICHARD FRAZIER 
Rich 




MARK FREEMAN 



KAREN FUREY 
Fure 

"Far away there in the sunshine are my 
highest aspirations. I may not reach 
them, hut I can look up and see their 
beauty, believe in them, and try to follow 
where they lead. " 



ANDREW J. GATES 
Andy 

l.L.B. - "I'd rather live on the side of a 
mountain, than wander through 
canyons of concrete and steel; I'd rather 
laugh with the rain and sun; and lay 
down my sundown in a field." 




"'When this you 
see, remember 
me, and bear me 
in your mind. 
Let all the world 
say what they 
may; speak of me 
as you find. " 



JOHN D. GAYLOR 



STEPHEN GAYLOR 



CAROLE J. GECKS 




GREGORY GICCA 
Greg 



PATRICK GILBERT 
Pat 



JAN E. GINDER 

"Rainbows of friendship color our days 
with a happiness that never seems to 
fade. They curve far beyond the hori- 
zon of here and now . . . but the trea- 
sure is at this end!" 





ALEXANDER 
GLATFELTER 
Alex 





SHERRY GONSALVES 



DONALD GRAGG 
Don 



DAVID GREENE 
Dave 

"Be not deceived: God is not mocked: 
for whatsoever a man souelh, that 
shall he also reap." 



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JAMES GRIFFITHS 
Jim 

"Time is not measured by the passing 
of the years, but by what one does, 
what one feels, and what one 
achieves. " 



JOSEPH GUIDETTI 
Jay 

". . . For long you live and high you 
fly, and smiles you give and tears you 
cry, and all you touch and all you see 
IS all your life will ever be . . ." 



ELLEN GURLEY 

"/ am not afraid of tomorrow, for I 
have seen yesterday, and I love today. " 




MAUREEN HANLEY 

"Keep on the right track. " 




PATRICIA HANSEN 
Patty 

"Success is never final and failure 
never fatal. It's courage that counts." 



CAROL HANSIS 

"We're free to go where we wish and to 
be what we are." 



PHILIP HANSON 
Phil 




JAMES HARRINGTON JEFFREY HARRINGTON 
Jim Jeff 

"Forget yourself for others, and others 
will never forget you." 



JOSEPH HARRISON 
Jay 

"Perhaps you're smiling now, smiling 
through the darkness. And all I have 
to give is guilt for dreaming. We 
should be on by now." 




SCOTT HARTMANN 

"To be successful in life you have to set 
many goals, never being satisfied with 
just one goal in life." 



BARBARA R. HARTWELL 
Barb 



PAMELA M. HAYWARD 
Pam 

"/ leave memories behind as I journey 
forward. " 




"We are as great as 
the truth we speak, as 
great as the help we 
give, as great as the 
destiny we seek, as 
great as the life we 
live. " 



ANGELINE HEAD 
Angela 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to 
yield." 



JANET HENDERSON 

"No birds soars too high, if he soars 
with his own wings." 



REBECCA HENDERIC 
Becky 



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JUDITH A. HENNRIKUS 
Jude 

"There are two ways of spreading 
light: to be the candle, or the mirror 
that reflects it." 



MICHAEL HERRES 
Mike 



LINDA HIGSON 

"What we really are matters more than 
what other people think of us." 




TRUDY HIRA 




DARREN HOBGOOD 
Lee 



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WILLIAM HOOPER 
Bill 



KAREN HOOVER 

"Look forward to tomorrow for it will 
become today and enjoy today for it 
will become yesterday." 




LAURIE HORTON 

"The important thing is this: to be 
able at any moment to surface what we 
are for what we could become. " 



ROSS HOSKING 
Roscoe 

"He has spent his life best who has en- 
joyed it most; God will take care that 
we do not enjoy it any more than is 
good for us. " 



CHRISTOPER HURD 
Chris 





GERALD INTONTI 
Gerry 




ROBERT lOVINO 

Bob 



MARY ELLEN IVESON 

"We must laugh before we are happy." 



SHERYL JAMES 



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THOMAS JAMESON 
Tom 



TAMERA JOHNSTON 
Tammy 



PETER JONES 
Pete 




RICHARD KAZARIAN ELAINE KENNEY FREDERICK KNECHT 

Kazoo "An act of kindnen is never too small." Fred 



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ROBERT KNICKLE 
Bob 



DANIEL KNIGHT 
Dan 



ROY KOK 

"Our lives are like a mountain stream. 
We may find some pools, but it's all dow- 
nhill." 




REBECCA KONKLE 
Beck 

"Childhood playmates are we. Laugh- 
ing, singing, crying, we care. I knou' we 
must part, but someday, somewhere, we 
will meet again." 




MARCIA KOURY 

"A smile can never be kept: it can only be 
given away. " 



MICHAEL L HEUREUX 
Mike 



SUSAN RENE LATINA 
Sue 



"The reason that we 
generally do not see 
the truth in regard to 
life is that we fix our 
eyes on a small, insig- 
nificant part of it." 



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IRENE D. LAUNDRY 

"The mind is like a parachute, it only 
functions when open." 



LUCINDA MARY LAW- 
TON 
Cindi 

"When God closes a door, somewhere He 
opens a window." 



MELINDA LAWTON 
Lindi 

"The world is a looking glass and it gives 
back to every man the reflection of his 
own face." 




MARY ELIZABETH LEHAN 
Mary Beth 

"Keep your dreams, for in them lies joy 
denied to men grown wise. Build castles 
in the air! See white ships sailing there! 
Have something to pursue, something 
which you wish you knew. " 




"New friends 
will fill the old, 
endless need for 
intimacy be- 
tween us. But 
the need we 
shared in the 
long ago, binds 
us together with 
the invisible ties 
of shared mem- 
ory." 



FRANK LENTINE 



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MARK LEONARD 

"// is not until the world remarks at your 
failures that you have truly left an im- 
pression." 



JANICE LETIZI 




LUCIO LICCIARDI VICTORIA LITCHFIELD JEANNE LITTLE 

Lou Vicki 

"I'll get by with a little help from my 
friends. " 




fly" 







EDWARD McKENNA 
Ed 

"yife cannot learn from one another - 
until we stop shouting at one another - 
until we speak quietly enough so that 
our words can be heard as well as our 
voices. " 



BETTY McKIE 

"The road goes ever on and on and I 
must follow, if I can, until it joins 
some larger way, and wither then? I 
cannot say. " 



JOHN McMAHAN 




LYNN McNAIR 

"Memories are yours to keep, why not 
cherish them, they may be the only ones 
you'll have. " 




"Resolve to be tender 
with the young, com- 
passionate with the 
aged, sympathetic 
with the striving, and 
tolerant with the 
weak: sometime in 
your life you will have 
been all of these." 



DORREEN MEAD JOHN S. MENZEL STEVEN MICHELSON 

"We know what we are, but know not Scott Stone 

what we may be." 



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DIANE MIKSENAS CHRISTOPHER KEVIN MILLER 

MILAUCKAS 
Chris 







JANET MURPHY 
Murph 

"And here is a sunrise to set on your sill, 
the hosts of the dawn moiitig near, they 
pass through your sorrow and leave you 
quite still . . . sitting among 
souvenirs. " 




RICHARD NAEGELI MICHAEL NAWOICHIK JULIANNE NEIL 

Rick Mike Jule 



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BETSY NICKERSON 
Bets 

"To see the world in a grain of sand.' 



LAURA P. O'BRIEN 

"We do not remember days, we remember 
moments, formoments are the best of all." 



KATHLEEN M. 
O'CONNELL 
Kathy 

"Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, 
live today ..." 




BRIAN O DONNELL 

"Allow your pursuits to be guided by a 
vision and the dream will approach real- 
ity." 




JOHN OHLSON 



JERALD ORAM 
Jerry 



GAYLE K. ORDER 



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MICHAEL OULIGHAN 
Mike 



JOHN PALINSKI 



CYNTHIA PANDISCIO 
Cindy 




DEVIN PARKER 



SHARA PAUL 

"People blame their circumstances. The 
people who gel on in this world are the 
people who get up and look for the cur- 
cumstances they want, and, if they can't 
find them, make them." 



NANCY PAYNE 
Nance 




DENNIS PEDERSON 



DEBORAH PERRY ROBERT F. PESPISA 

Debbie Bob 

"The need to he wanted hurts more than "I made it!" 
the need to have knowledge." 



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PAUL PETERSON SHARON PETERSON KERRY PIXTON 

"Take the time, think a lot, think of 
every thing you've got, for you will still be 
here tomorrow, but your dreams may 
not." 




DEBRA PRAY 
Debbie 





ROBERT RILEY 
Bob 




LISA RILEY PATRICIA A. RINGLE LEONARD ROBINSON 

Gnat Len 

"/ hold you in my heart, as life's most 
precious part. " 






SHARON R. SACHS PAUL V. SAINATO MICHEL A. SALINAS 

"For every friend a smile, for every Mike 

smile, a friend." "Beware the wrath of a quiet man." 




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KEITH SANDERSON 



DIANE SANTOSUOSSO 



KENNETH C. 
SCHOENDORF 
Ken 

"You kin hide de fier, but what you 
gwine do wid de smoke?" 




JOSEPH SCHOMAKER LEANNE L. SCHOORENS ROBERT SCHWELM 

Joe "U ^^'^^ faith as a grain of mustard Smiley 

seed . . . nothing shall he impossible "if / y^u, and you were me, I'd 

unto you." like you." 




JENNIFER SEARS 
Ears 

"A.M..V. It's been real. P.S. Stay gold 
and stuff. Hope sees what is not but 
yet will be." 




JAMES SHEA 
Jimbo 



LAURIE SHIELDS 



WILLIAM SHIELDS 
Bill 



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SANDIE SIBLEY MARLEAN SIEKMAN MARGARET SIMPSON 

Meg 

"This is the day the Lord has made: let 
us he glad and rejoice in it. Give 
thanks to the Lord, For he is good; for 
his kindness endures forever." 




DENISE SINOTTE 
Denny 




CYNTHIA K. SKINNER DENNIS C. SMITH KIMBERLY D. SMITH 

Dindy "Ole huk he comes for me, wi's head Kim 

down. But I didn't flinch . . . I went 
foe, twas 'im as did th' flinchin'." 



NANCY SMITH 

"Be a fnend, the rest will follow. 



PAUL SMITH 



AMY SPADARO 

"Something in the way he moves 




CATHY SPENCER DAVID SPENCER KRISTA STEEN 

"Man . . . must also have the sanctu- 
ary of unspoiled land, a place of sol- 
itude where he may turn his thoughts 
inward. " 



"Happiness is 
like a butterfly. 
The more you 
chase it, the 
more it will 
elude you. But if 
you turn your 
attention to 
other things, it 
comes and softly 
sits on your 
shoulder. " 




"After high school you 
have made a small 
step in life, but you 
still have a lot of life 
to live. (Live it well). ' 



ELIZABETH A. STOUTER 
Betsey 



KAREN SUTHERLAND 

"Take the simple and the ordinary and 
make it into the happy and wonderful 
- you can do it any day. " 



ROBERT SUTTON 
Bob 



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KURT SVENDSEN DARYL SWARTZ ROBERT M. SYKES 

"Dost thou love life? Then do not Mark 
squander time, for that's the stuff life 
is made of. " 




JANET TAYLOR 
Jan 

"The world goes around as fast as you 
let it. " 




DYLAN THOMAS JANE TIMOTHY SCOTT TONEY 

"// a man does not keep pace with his "Be a friend - give something of your- 

companions, perhaps it is because he self to everyone." 
hears a different drummer ..." 



"Walk your own 
path, decorate 
your own soul 
. . . and forget 
not that the 
earth delights to 
feel your bare 
feet and the 
winds long to 
play with your 
hair. " 




LEO TOWLE 



JODY TRELEGAN 



DOREEN TREMBLAY 




JAMES TREMBLAY 
Jim 

" . . . There is the great and quiet 
water reaching to Asia. In an hour or 
so the still stars icill show over it, but 1 
am quieter inside than the ocean or the 
stars ..." 




IRENE L. TSOUPRAKE CAROL TWOMBLY THOMAS ULRICH 

Rene Tom 



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MYLES VANCE CYNTHIA WALCOTT GREGORY WALTERS 

"Backward, turn backward, oh time Cindy Greg 

in thy flight, juit thought of a 
comeback I needed last night." 




FRANCINE WEBB BENJAMIN WEEKS KARL WEINSCHENK 

"The yean went by so quickly, and for Ben 
reasons we must part, but never will 
our friendship leave this Senior's 
heart. " 




DANIEL WELSH DAVID WHALEN ALLISON WHITE 

Dan Dave 

"// is better to remain silent and 
thought a fool than to speak up and 
remove all doubt." 




BRIAN WILLIM 

"Dream on, dream until your dreams 
come true." 



CHRISTINE WOGAN 
Chris 

"Go placidly amid the noise and 
haste." 



AMY E. WOOD 

"/// accept the sunshine and warmth, 
I must also accept the thunder and the 
lightning." 





JEFFREY YEOMANS 
Jeff 



SNAPSHOT SHY SENIORS 



Karoline Amundson 
Mary Ann Beaulieu 
Robert Bradley 
Dennis R. Brady 
Vivan Brown 
Sandra Bullis 
Joe Bumbaca 
John Caporizzo 
Kimberly Cleghorn 
James Gold 
Gretchen Graeff 
Jeffrey Herring 
Cynthia Hulbert 
Michael Jepson 
Daniel Kennedy 



Terrance Laughlin 
Ronald Massa 
Darlene McCreedy 
Paul Nindel 
Jennifer Norton 
Lori Pendexter 
William Shields 
Geoffrey Smith 
Michael Smith 
Michael Sykes 
Steven Torigian 
Douglas Urquhart 
Michael Vernucci 
Jesus Villarreal 



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"All are architects of Fate, Working 
in these walls of Time; Some with 
massive deeds and great. Some with 
ornaments of rhyme. 

Longfellow, the BuiUers 




JANICE FALLABELLA 
Feb 



ERICA LERCH 

"Thank heaven someone's crazy enough 
to give me a daisy. " 




CYNTHIA MAHLER 
Cindy 



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MARY MULDOON 

"Strange, when you come to think of it, 
that not one of the countless folk who 
have lived before our time are known as 
having died of laughter. " 



CYNTHIA PICKETT 

Cindy 



"/ believe in the 
sun, even when 
it is not shin- 
ing: I believe in 
love, even when 
I feel It is not; I 
believe in God 
even when He is 
silent." 




The long and wind- 
ing road that leads to 
your door will never 
disappear, I've seen 
that road before, it 
always leads me here, 
lead me to your door. 



The wild and windy 
night that the rain 
washed away has left 
a pool of tears crying 
for the day, why leave 
me standing here, let 
me know the way. 



Many times I've been 
alone and many times 
I've cried Anyway 
you'll never know the 
many ways I've tried 
But still they lead me 
back to the long wind- 
ing road . . . 




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CUPID S COUPLE 
Janet Flynn, Peter Morano 



ASSORTED ATTRIBUTES 
Bob Schwelm, Kathy Dooley 



OUTSTANDING OLYMPIANS 
Doreen Mead, Myke Buck 



SENIOR 



THOROUGHLY THESPAIANIC VAMPING VIRTUOSOS AWESOMELY ARTISTIC 

Janice Letizi, Boyd Bickniore Ginny Bissanti, Roy Mathieu Carol Twombly, Jim Tremblay 



GLAMOUROUSLY GARMENTED 
Fred Munden, Mary Beth Lehan 



PRICELESS PEEPERS 
David Spencer, Karen Furey 



CONSISTENTLY COIFFURED 
Peter Bilafer, Carol Twombly 



SUPERLATIVES 



SCINTILLATING SMILERS EXCEEDINGLY EXTROVERTED REMARKABLY REFINED 

Jennifer Sears, Bob Schwelm Marcia Koury, Dennis R. Brady Christine Wogan, Ron Massa 




The greatest happiness of Hfe 
is being loved for yourself . . . 
or, more correctly, 
being loved in spite of yourself. 




OVERWHELMINGLY OMNISCIENT 
John Rennie, Becky Konkle 




BREATHTAKING BEAUTIES CAVORTING COQUETTES 

Brenda Eunson, Pete Bilafer Ross Hosking, Cindi Lawton 




TOMORROW S TRIUMPHANTS BELOVED BUFFOONS COMMENDABLE CONTRIBUTORS 

Steve Michelson, Becky Konkle Scott Derleth, Kathy Dooley Steve Michelson, Judy Hennrikus 

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SENIOR aar 



TWINS 





Bob and Lisa Riley 



Steve and Patti Russo 



I 




Timid Twosome 
Steve and Jackie Gaylor 




Lindi and Cindi Lawton 



Denise and Donna Boudreau 



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AFS STUDENT 

Einar Engebretsen 



The AFS adventure I've had in Bedford is, without a doubt, the greatest 
adventure I've ever experienced. The family I have stayed with, the 
friends I have nsade, and the people I have met have given me an expe- 
rience and a kind of personal knowledge which I could not have learned 
in a classroom. Also, I have learned a great deal about my own country 
while I've been here. 

It has been very interesting for me to attend school at Bedford High 
School. This school is very different from schools I've attended in Nor- 
way. I would like to thank the staff and the students at BHS for ail they 
have given me. 





VALEDICTORIAN 

John Rennie 

There is a certain honor, indisputably, to being named valedictorian. 
Valedictorians, by their nature, are generally chosen by some standard 
of academic skill, and must eventually serve as the spokesmen for their 
classes. Frankly, I am flattered to have been named the speaker for our 
class, but I wonder about my credentials to do so. 

If I have demonstrated some proficiency in some areas, then I am 
pleased to be recognized for it. But this is recognition for success in only 
a few spheres of ability, predominantly scholastic, and this is not a fair 
representation of the skills, interests, or talents of the overwhelming 
bulk of the class. 

What of the other skills that are not being so recognized? What of the 
qualities that are even more important, such as leadership, creativity, 
responsibility .-' How can I speak on behalf of those who have facility in 
the arts or music, in prose or poetry? Where are the spokesmen for the 
experts in the handicrafts, carpentry, metal working, and the like? And 
what of those who excel in a particular field, such as math or history, 
language or science? 

All of these areas are equally as important, and fully deserve recogni- 
tion. It is essential that every individual develop whatever talents he or 
she possesses to his or her fullest talent. The world is faced with too 
many problems that require diverse abilities, differing approaches, dif- 
fering viewpoints to solve them. No one person is so universally tal- 
ented that he can resolve the all. 

Don't look to me for the answers. You are far more likely to have them 
than I. 




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Robert Ayasse 



Ann Erode 



Robert Clyde 



Kathryn Coules 




fill 



Michael Flanagan 



Ellen Gurley 



Patricia Hansen 



Judith Hennrikus 




Rebecca Konkle 



Susan Latina 



Brian O'Donnell 
president 



William Reidy 
vice president 



NATIONAL 
HONOR 
SOCIETY 



Douglas Dalrymple 




Laurie Horton 




NOT PICTURED 

Erica Lerch 
Ron Massa 



New/) InJuacJ Mtiiiien Nol Picturtd: Daimci Besse, 'NIV171llf 
Lauren Bimaili, Pjuy Comaumn, Brian Duke, Geneva SHS CVH 
E'ni^n, Pal Cilhtrl, LtnJi Lawton, Cindt Lawton, Stet'e 
Michehon. Pretl MuniUn. Leo Robinson, Jennifer Sears, 
Daryl Suariz, Chris Woran 



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74 






Back raw: Donna Kin- 
ney, Kathy Tsouprake, 
Karen Donadio, Nyxie 
McGuffey, Laura 
Lundgren, Kim Trele- 
gan, Amy Swanson, 
Diane D'Auria; Row 1: 
Sheryl James, Lindi 
Lawton, Co-Captains — ■ 
Betsey Stouter, Amy 
Wood, Cindi Lawton. 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 






Back row: Lynne 
Roberts, Jane Bilafer, 
Donna Wilson, Sandy 
Verrier, Sue Kilpat- 
rick, Laura Powderly, 
Janice Knickerson; 
Row 1: Debbie Os- 
trominski, Dina Siegal, 
Janet Henderson, Les- 
lie Lundgren, LeeAnn 
Roger 




HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 




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MIXED 
ENSEMBLE 



Back row: Jennifer Baker, Mary McHarg, 
Cindy Dion, Lisa DiClemente, Nancy 
Davis, Gail Anderson, Karen Caristi, 
Patty Concannon, Renee Brown, Deidra 
Fenton, Tracy Burrows; Row 5: Debbie 
Clyde, Laura Bullock, Therese Bellino, 
Liz Forrest, Yvonne Busa, Ellen Gurley, 
Cindy Skinner, Debbie Reader, Debbie 
Ehrenbeck, Laurel Davidson, Lori 
Fitzgerald, Carol Monaco, Kim Smith; 
Row 2: Erica Ellingson, Kathy Flynn, 
Nancy Blake, Kathy MacKerron, Lisa 
Shea, Generd Enshigh, Sharon Brown, 
Mary Ellen Bradford, Elaine Naugler, Ed 
Pass, Doug Reader, Chris Doherty, Julie 
Wingfield, Patricia. Neil, Sheri Mathews, 
Sandi Field, Leslie O'Conner; Row 1: 
Sheila Hingorani, Carolyn Kenney, 
Nancy Hennrikus, Iris Gonsalves, Bon- 
nie Porter, Sandy Kane, Paul Braverman, 
Doug Dalrymple, Steve Michelson, Ross 
Hosking, Meg Dutra, Nancy Ackerman, 
Sherrill Burgess, Patti Russo, Julie 
Schoorens, Teri Tortorici, Kate Selby, 
Lauren Binsack, Cara Connel, Kathy 
Coules 




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MADRIGAL 



Back row: Mrs. Latham, Carol Sutherland, 
Kathy Cierpial, Doug Anthony, Doug 
Dalrymple, Mike Flanagan, Ed Pass, 
Sandy Hayes, Donna Kinney, Ruth 
Buckley, Diane Mayer; accompanist - 
Kathy Blomstedt; Reu^ 1: Danielle Busch, 
Michelle Joy, Paul Mudgett, Steve Mur- 
phy, Dave Aura, Ferrence Nagy, Jennifer 
Choate, Ginny Bissanti, Laura Bryan 




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CHOIR 



Back row: Leslie Colonero, Debbie Re- 
ader, Betsey Stouter, Becky Konkle, 
Patty Hansen, Paul Braverman, Bill Re- 
idy. Bob Schwelm, Steve Michelson, 
Monty Brock, Jim Lousararian, Myke 
Buck, Dennis Smith, Mike Hand; Row 3.' 
Carolyn Schneyder, Elaine Naugler, 
Kathy Palmer, Danielle Busch, Greg 
Hubert, Jeff Hand, David Milam, Jeff 
Hoyland, Pat Conley, Brian Milligan, Ed 
McKenna, Doug Reader, Doug Dalrym- 
ple, Stephanie Payne, Denise Busch, 
Karen Weinschenk, Debbie DiClemente, 
Julie Wingfield, Jane Foerst; Row 2: 
Susan Miller, Carol Sutherland, Mary 
Ellen Bradford, Judy Hennrikus, Mark 
Ayasse, Mike Nawoichik, Danny 
Greene, Chris Collier, Dana Davidson, 
Kevin Dougherty, Jim Gold, Rich 
Greene, Julianne Neil, Cheryl McMa- 
hon, Kathy Olmstead, Robin Stidworthy, 
Sandy Hayes, Renee Brown; Row I: 
Stephanie Colonero, Sandy Kane, Susan 
Paine, Marcia Glatfelter, Cathy Christen, 
Tom Richardson, Billy Crowther, Bob 
Ayasse, Malcolm Martin, Ross Hosking, 
Doug Anthony, Janice Letizi, Helen 
Kibbler, Stephanie Moll, Nancy Acker- 
man, Amy Bohrod, Kim Smith; accom- 
panist - Ann Brode 





DOUBLE 
SEXTETTE 



Row 1: Miss Guther; accompanist - Diane 
Mayer, Danielle Busch, Leshe Colonero, 
Betsey Stouter, Carol Sutherland, Ann 
Brode, Stephanie Colonero, Julianne 
Neil, Kim Smith, Amy Bohrod, Helen 
Kibbler, Janice Letizi 





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TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS 



Seniors — "The Telltale Heart" 
Juniors — "Passion, Poison, and Petrification" 
Sophomores — "You Can't Take It With You" 
Freshmen — "Forgive Us Our Chicken Coops" 





DON'T 
DRINK 

THE 
WATER 




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STUDENT COURT 



Back row: Nina Bohrod, Sue 
Paine, Bob Ayasse; row I: 
Meryl Blomstedt, Judy 
Maloney, Diane Mayer, Cindi 
Lawton. 



STUDENT ADVISORY 
COMMITTEE 



Back row: Steve Michel- 
son; rou> I: Jim Lousara- 
rian, Kathy Dooley. 



"The Student Council just voted to do away with 
your job!" 

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Back row: Ed McKenna, Kim Trelegan, Liz Sandy, 
Betsy Stouter; row 1: Joan Sullivan, Kathy Dooley, 
Diane Mayer. 

CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 



LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 



Back row: Elaine Naugler, Mr. Patuleia, Mrs. McHarg, 
Mr. Dietz, Miss Kelliher, Kim Gmder; row 1: Doug 
Anthony, Steve Murphy, Ed McKenna, Rich Hoy- 
land. 




5-! 



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Buck row: Tish Neil, Denise Busch, Debbie Radon, Jane Timothy; row I: 
Lynn McGarry, Betsy Nickerson, Lorraine Miller. 



TARS 



AFS 




Back row: Chris Collier, Debbie Reader, Lainie Naugler, Mary Louise McHarg, 
Harry Gural, Doug Dalrympie, Jan HoUenbeck, Mike Klett, Jackie Shoendorf, 
Carolyn Mulligan, Lisa Shea, Erica EUingson, Sharon Brown; row 2: Sheri Matth- 
ews, Sue Miller, Janice Mailoy, Janet Kaplan, Gail Anderson, Judy Sword, Susan 
Paine, Diane Mayer, Sheila Hingorani, Laurel Davidson, row 1: Carol Monaco, 
Jennifer Choate, Martin Van Order, Carol Cooper, Einar Engebretsen — exchange 
student, Nancy Ackerman, Scott Rider, Kate Selby, Nancy Blake. 




Qa 81 Cc c^c^ igO^V'^ 




"It's a letter of resignation!' 





Back row: Daryl Swartz, Dennis Smith, Diane Mayer, Kevin Miller, Joan Sullivan; row 
John Rennie, Tom Hanson, Linda Ashe, Rich Hoyland. 

LITERARY MAGAZINE 



DRAMA CLUB 



Back raw: Lisa Di Clemente, Sandy Kane, Kim Smith, Susan Fame, Charlotte Evans, 
Milton Moffett, Cindy Bland, Lee-Ann Baker, Natalie Epinetter, Debbie Clyde; row 2: 
Debbie Reader, Christine Callahan, Sharon Brown, Donna Conway, Sandra Iverson, 
Diane Mayer, Carol Dacey, Kathy Palmer; row 1: Mike Klett, Steve Murphy, Janet 
Kaplan, Amy Bohrod, Carol Cooper, Dave Greene. 




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Back row: Doug Stevanov, Lynn Milam, Craig Fager, Lisa Shea, Carl Brown, Ron Massa, 
Eric Thomson; row 1: Malcom Martin, Roy Kok, Jim Shea, Paul Smith, Ed Pass. 



AUDIO VISUAL CLUB 
MATH LEAGUE 



Back row: Doug Dalrymple, Pam Knofe, Ed McKenna, Glen Campbell; row 1: 
Shara Paul, Susan Paine, Charlotte Evans. 



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'You mean we have to process all that data? 



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Back row: Debbie Collins, Nicole Maillett, Brenda Eaton, Karen Hollanway, Leanne 
Rogers, Pam Knofe, Karoline Kinney, Barbara Stella, Carol Monaco, Karen Pliska, 
Donna Masse, Carol Hanley; row 2: Erica Hironaka, Linda Pepe, Anne Marie Papalia, 
Carol Delaney, Tammy Paul, Mary Latina, Shara Paul, Ellen Gurley, Christin Graeff, 
Michelle Larek, Cindy Gerlek; row 1: Stacey Hatch, Susan Sykes, Ellen Mizzoni, Tracy 
Erwin, Heather Paton, Francis Ricker, Cindy Skinner, Lynn Milan, Mary Lou McHarg. 



PEP CLUB 
OUTING CLUB 





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Back rmv: Eriko Hironaka, Steve Furey, Jack Cook, Tracy Erwin, John Stefanelli, Bill 
Weiler; row 4: Alaine Goodman, Jane Foerst, Julie Ahearn, Shirley Ewart, Liz Forrest, 
Donna Williamson, Nicole Maillett; row 3: Dana Davidson, Heather Paton, Meryl 
Bluestein, Kathy Ratney, Liz Garen, Joanne Lehan; row 2: Jackie O'Neil, Chris Pruyn, 
John Leary, Ron Echardt, Stacey Hatch, Sandy Schiff; row 1: Roy Webster, Mike 
Cavagnoh, Peater Morris, Lisa Riley, Janet Flynn, Natalie Svenson. 



SKI CLUB 





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BEST BET 1976 




Paris is the pits? 




Kew Gardens . . . Where's Abby? . . . Suee an Souh Bohk ... If it's four in the morning, 
this must be the Cunard International . . . Eddie La Cucaracha . . . Look at the windmills 
. . . ZZZZ ... La Grande Place . . . long time no W.C. . . . toidy stop . . . Sonya the 
Duck . . . Was Brian dreaming in Rudesheim? . . . Look at the hineys! . . . Salt Peanuts! 
Salt Peanuts! Doo-doo-doo-doo-doodle-lee-doo! . . . The $1.00 auction . . . "On the right 
we have another kind of haystack The cockroach coach . . . Snowball fight in the 

Dolomites . . . Roadside shrine . . . ZZZ . . . How do we get a train to Firenze? . . . 
Marylou . . . Cup of Chini . . . Uncle Carl and Aunt Jeanette . . . Dobe sono i gabinetti.-* 
. . . Sunset over the bay of Napoli . . . Doughnuts from Capri . . . Hotel Parioli . . . 
"don't forget your ticket stubs!" . . . Pour quoi Patty . . . Cookie monsters . . . Well, they 
say Swiss doctors are the best . . . Sonya, tell Him we want sun tomorrow, please . . . 
We've just been cursed by a real witch! ... La Cupola. . . . 




Indigestion Blues 




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SOCCER 1976 




JUNIOR VARSITY — Back row: Jeff Besse, Paul McEarchern, Frank Fischer, 
Ken Ward, David Hammann, Coach Gauthier; row 2: Martin Van Order, Jim 
Bush, Dana Davidson, Bill O'Brien, Tom O'Neil, Steve Manley, Mark Ayasse, 
Mike Hill; row 1: Al Goodman, Mike Arsenault, Tri-Captains Dave Moll, Jeff 
CuUington, Barry Smith, Ron Eckhardt, Kevin Katrwinkel, David Croke. 



FRESHMEN — Back row: Coach Bane, Ken French, Charlie Martin, Kris Pruyn, 
Bill Wieler, Dave Gerber, Jack Hanley; row 2: Don Code, Darren Colonero, 
Richard Heinrich, Chuck Brunner, Peter Goldman, Dana Washburn, row 1: Steve 
Morris, Bob Millar, Doug Pottle, Scott Ribas, Jim Morris, Eppy Busch. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY — Back row: Kathy Cierpiai, 
Joanne Lehan, Bonnie Walcott, Celine Dooley, 
Susan Kilpatrick, Marie Lyons, Katie Doucett, Jac- 
kie Jepsen; Row 2: Linda Martin, Bonnie Blaisdell, 
Martha Maskalenko, Debbie Graham, Laura Pow- 
deriy, Ellen Mizzoni, Robin Joss, Pam Yatsko, 
Diane Higson, Lisa Rizzari; Row I: Doris SuHivan, 
Kristen Blaisdell, Tish Neil, Tracey Irwin, Stacey 
Hatch, Debbie Collins, Janice Molloy, Janice Nic- 
kerson. 





During the first half of the season, varsity got off to a slow start, and with a 1-5 
retor 1, all state playoff hopes dwindled. The girls usually dominated their games 
with strong and aggressive playing, but their numerous scoring attempts never paid 
off During the latter half of the season, however, their surprised opponents found 
that the tables had turned. Bedford rallied for a 4-1-2 record and was undefeated 
in their last six games. 








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Back row: Mark Bruha, Bill Bench, Rich Yanosick, Dave Wilkins, Daryl Ansel, John Mulligan, Bob Cosette, George Linehan, Bill Gram; row 5: 
Bob Cleghorn, Bob Brady, Chuck Ennis, Paul Barbeiri, Rick Johnson, Mark Russell, Jeff Hoyland, Pat Salinas, Larry Brown, Greg Atteridge; 
row 4: Jim Bumann, Bill Kennison, Mike Hand, Tom Spiedel, Mike Daye, Rich Svensson, Doug Haynes, Tony Pandiscio, Rich Whitney, Doug 
Shamon; 3rd row: Larry Barnard, Jim Coleman, Dan Collins, Brian Ansill, Fred McLaughlin, Bill Dungey, Rich Sparks, Chris Pelletier, Chris 
Ferri, Brian Doucette; row 2: Karl Weinschenk, Ray Beyrand, Ted Weaver, Jim Ruetenik, Tim McManus, Doug Anthony, Rich D'Auria, Mark 
Barbeiri, Rich Hoyland, Mark Shamon, Mike Genetti; row 1: Frank Lentine, Bob Mulligan, Mike Herres, Bruce Colombo, Tri-Captaitis - Myke 
Buck, Dennis Brady, Terry Kanouse; Scott Hartmann, Wes McCravy, Bob Masse, Bob Sutton, Joe Sickles. 



FOOTBALL 1976 



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GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 1976 




Back row: Chris 
Burri, Dave Draper, 
Jeff Bullock, Mike 
Riley, Doug Reader, 
Chris Bryant, Paul 
Larson, Frank 
Mulhern, Coach Sul- 
livan, raw 2: Gerard 
Maskalenko, 
Marsdin Van Order, 
John Whitaker, Tom 
Stowell, Joe Collins, 
Mgr. Dan Greene; 
row 1: Captains — 
Jim Brady and Mike 
Nawoichik. 




BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 






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Varsity — Back row: Peter Karalis, Rich Hoyland, Art Molina; Row 2: Ken Ward, 
Gerard Maskellenko, Rich Yanosick, Dub Ace; Row 1: Jim Gimmell, Tom Penny, 
Ross Kosking, Terry Jones, Steve Sinotte 



BOYS BASKETBALL 



Junior Varsity — Back row: Hal Barton, Lloyd Block, Mike Lascosky; Row 2: John 
Mulligan, Chris Dougherty, James Santos, Jeff Besse; Row 1: Paul Benoit, Brad 
Rose, Dave Hamon, John Leary, Kevin Kattwinkle 






Varsity — Back row: Coach Julie Luty, Carol Leary, Karen Weinschenk, Mary Lynn, 
Julie Edwards, Julie Frolich, Debbie Pyles; Row 1: Beth Boatright, Rachel Kneeland; 
Co-Captairts - Debbie Perry and Patty Hansen; Pam Boone, Nancy Hennrikus 



GIRLS BASKETBALL 



Junior Varsity — Back row: Coach Jane Gallagher, Liz Whitney, Martha Maskalenko, 
Kathy DeMattio, Teryl Gardner, Robin Schmyser, Iris Gonsalves; Row 1: Michelle Be- 
noit, Jean Ennis; Co-Captains - Lisa Binsack and Lisa Burns; Diane Karisti 





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120 



Back row: Chris Bryant, Joe Collins, Bernie Morgan, John Concannon, John Col- 
eman, Chipper Newman; Row 4: Frank Fischer, John Whitaker, Mark Shamon, 
George Lenahan, Brian Dunn, Kevin Buck; Row }: Kevin Doucette, Jeff CuUington, 
Bill Crowther, Brian Salter, David Aldorisio; Row 3: Doug Hand, Tracey Cook, Dean 
Jeas, Mike Riley, Steve Murdock, Robert Miller, Coach Sullivan; Row 1 : Kim Ginder, 
Tom Stowell, Scott Hartman; Tri-Captatns — Bob Schwelm, Maureen Hanley, Myke 
Buck; Pat Conley, Jay Guidetti, Jim Brady 



WINTER 





Back row: Kris Prynn, Meryl Bluestein, John Harding, Steve Furey, Tom Van Order, Stan 
Biery, Myles McDonough; Row 4: Alan Goodman, Bob Webb, Janis Malloy, Ted Prynn, 
Laurie Winter, Mark Kettering, Roy Webster, Ron Echardt; Row 3: Noal Murphy, Mr. 
UUman, Dana Davidson, Einar Engebretsen; Row 2: Mike Van Order, Jenny McCurdy, 
Peator Morris 



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I 

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Back row: Captain Carol Collins, Laurie Welsh, llona Nyilas, Shirley Ewart, Monica 
Benzinger, Linda Taylor, Coach Bea Sparks; Row 2: Nancy Payne, Terry Dunn, 
Joan Sullivan, Suzanne Rider, Sabrina Cronen, Cathy Spencer; Row 1: Stephanie 
Moll, Sharon Bratt, Tracy Filleul, Ann Sullivan, Tammy Filleul, Laura Bryan, De- 
nise Boudreau 



GIRLS 
SWIM 
TEAM 



The BHS Swim 
Team finished 
another out- 
standing season 
this fall. With 
four seniors, 
only one diver, 
and 15 girls, the 
team met tough 
competition 
against teams 
with as many as 
sixty girls. Their 
wins were an 
impressive tri- 
bute to a high 
quality team. 




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131 





JUNIOR VARSITY — Back row: Paul Sainato, Rich Hoyland, Scott Hartman, 
Jack Healey, Chris Larsen, Billy O'Brien, Pierre Guay, Steve Mizzoni, Coach Pet- 
riUo; Row 1: Jeff Silva, Tom O'Neil, Pat Salinas, Ted Weaver, Bill Mooney, Art 
Molina, Mike Herres, Tom Penny, Mark Barbieri, Duane Jacobs. 




FRESHMEN — Back row: Billy Oram, Bob MacArthur, Mike Leskowski, Jeff 
Hoyland, Bill Jacobs, Rich Yanosick, Dub Ace, George Lenihna, Joe Nizco, Dave 
Hamann, John Mulligan, Roger DeLauri; Row 2: Coach Sabourin, Rob Holmes, 
Brian Doucette, John Ferri, Fred McLaughlin, Mike Leary, Mike Sainato, Doug 
Shammon, Jim Hansis, Bob Landry, Eric Castle; Row 1: Paul Barbieri, Bob Brady, 
Jack Dillen, Mike Genetti, Bob Cossette. 




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GIRLS 



1 SPRING TRACK 




BOYS 
SPRING TRACK 
1976 





Back Row: Bill Crowther, Jeff Bullock, Curtis Torgerson; Row 4: Steve Murdock 
Ken Ward, Doug Dalrymple, Steve Murphy, Terry Kanouse, Greg Hetrick; Row 
3: Manager — Dan Green, Jeff Cullington, John Whitaker, Steve Russo' Jeff 
Cowdrey, Mike Hand, Paul Larson, Sean Byrne; Row 2: Assistant Coach — Mr. 
Gillis, Myke Buck, Steve Boudreau, Steve Sinotte, Brian Dunn, Peator Morris, 
Jim Gold, Scott Toney, Bernie Morgan, Dana Davidson, Joe Collins; Roir 1: Coach 
Sullivan, Tom Stoweli; Mark Hurd, Tom Faucher, David Thompson, Mark 
Schwartz, Nat Ferno, Fred Faulkner, John Concannon, Art Madenuian, John 
Harding. 





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RICH HOYLAND — president 



Back row: Laura Aldorisio, Pat- 
ricia Aucoin, Cheryl Andrews, 
Lorraine Ackerman, Meryl 
Bluestein, Pam Boone, 
Richard Basilesco, Paul Be- 
noit; Row 2: Bonnie Blaisdell, 
Cindy Bland, Kathy Blomsted, 
Brian Ansil, Mark Babieri, 
Doug Anderson, Larry Bar- 
nard, David Boissevain; Row 1 : 
Greg Bates, Ray Beyrand, 
John Ballentine, Scott Bell 





Back row: Katherine Brown, 
Joanne Buckley, Kathy 
Shields, Denise Busch, Linda 
Campagna, Marie Budden, 
Kathy Cierpial, Dondi Bur- 
cham, Debbie Bumbaca, Dawn 
Bulloch; Row 2: Deb Brown, 
Linda BuUis, Chris Bryant, 
Dan Collins, Steve Comley, 
Marie Bumann, Connie 
Brierly, Diane Burns; Row I: 
Jim Coleman, Steve Bulloch, 
Laurence Brown, Jeff Bulloch 




Back row: Carol Dacey, Nancy 
Davis, Brenda Cossaboon, 
Wes Davis, Lorene Delfino, 
Carol Cormier, Diane D'Au- 
ria, Dossie Coughlin, Jill Cur- 
ley; Row 2: Gary Cornwell, 
Mike DiTore, Eleanor Dill, 
Jeff Cullington, Bill Crowther, 
Mike Daye, Denise Costa, 
Sabrina Cronen; Row I: Bob 
DeBenedictis, Jack Cook, 
Andy Davis, Cindy Dion, 
Carol Connell 



NANCY DAVIS — treasurer 



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Back row: Teresa Foster, Charlotte Evans, Ron Eckhardt, 
Frank Fischer, Kevin Doucet, Wilham French, Linda Evans; 
Row 2: David Draper, Julie Frohlich, Ann Friedmon, Cheryl 
Dungey, Deborah Ehrenbeck, Debra Feole, Karen Doss, 
Stephen Fury; Row 1 : Ray Earl, William Dungey 



JUNIORS 



Back row: Kenneth Harman, 
John Harding, Van Hobgood, 
Eric Hanson, Pierre Guay, 
Thomas Hanson, William 
Huirtas; Row 1: Ruby Hayes, 
Michael Hand, Kristin Han- 
son, Richard Hoyland, Mau- 
reen Glennon, Kim Hopkins, 
John Geilfuss, Marcia Gladfel- 
ter. 





Back row: Maureen Kilpatrick, Billy Larson, Chris Larsen, 
Chris Kleber, Patty Lane, Diana Jellison, Helen Kibler, Mar- 
gie Kobi; Row i; Jimmy Kelly, Jewel Johnson, Shirlynn Jones, 
Julie Karalass, Lynn Kettering, Jaylyn Joss, Mike Klett, Wil- 
liam Kenison. 



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Back row: Dennis Lindsey, John McPherson, Debbie Luter, 
Mary Lynn, Barbara Maunder, Joanne Lehan; Row 1: Steve 
Manley, Myles McLeod, Jerry Maskalenko, Jenny McCurdy, 
Ruth Marrigan, Diane Mayer, Sheri Mathews, Linda Martin. 





Back row: Suzanna Maretsky, Carol Montalto, David Minas- 
sion, Patricia Woodland, Janet Mead, Michelle Porter, Cheryl 
Miksenas, Lisa Mendes, Susan Miller; Row 2: Steven Mizzoni, 
Stephen Murdock, Maureen Mead, Arthur Molina, Cheryl 
McMahan, Melissa Miller, Mary Morris, Peter Morris; Row 1: 
William Mooney, Tim McManus, Jackie Mee. 




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■^i^r — 



Btff;4 COW.- Elizabeth Sandy, Carolyn Schneyder, Lynn Shiff, 
Diane Ringle, Paul Shaughnessey; Row 1: James Ruetenick, 
Pat Salinas, Joe Sickles, Mark Russell, Arthur Savignac, John 
Schellhase, John Sciaraffa. 



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Back row: Joan Sullivan, Cathy Spencer, Richard Sparks, Jeff 
Silva, Rich Svensson, Lisa Turschman, Cheryl Steward, Jan 
Barker, Carole Sutherland, Lisa Utley; Row 2: Natalie 
Svendsen, Kathy Tsouprake, Amy Swanson, Debbie Steele, 
Diane Simmons, Linda Taylor, Connie Swisher, Miriam 
Towle; Row 1: Dave Snyder, George Solomonides, Craig 
Sinyser, Robert Taft, Curtis Torgerson, Scott Smith, Carl 
Tringue. 







DEBBIE PEPPER — president 



Back row: Paul Barck, Mark 
Ayasse, Glenn Ansill, Paul 
Barbiere, Dub Ace, Austin 
Beaulieau, Greg Atteridge, 
Bill Bench, Lisa Binsack; Row 
2: Helen Basilesco, Rosemarie 
Antonuccia, Monica Benziger, 
Mike Arsenault, Marshall Alie, 
Steve Abbott, Dave Aldorisio, 
Maria Alicia Avitable, Jennifer 
Baker; Row I: Peter Barck, 
Stan Belfante, Holly 
Beauchense, Neal Anderson, 
Jeff Besse. 



CHUCK ENNIS — vice president 






Back row: Chris Campbell, Lisa 
Burnes, Kathy Callahan, 
Renee Brown, Glenn Brooks, 
Bob Brady, Charles Block, 
Ronald Brown; Row 1: Ruth 
Buckley, Danielle Busch, 
Sherill Burgess, Emily Ab- 
rams, Matt Brooks, Steve 
Boudreau, Jim Bumann, 
Thomas Britt, Mark Bruha. 




EMILY ABRAMS — secretary 



Back row: Bob Gleghorn, Bob 
Collins, John Concannon, 
Mark Cierpial, John Chase, 
Mike Cavanaugh, Joe Collins, 
Mark Coleman; Row 2: Sue 
Clark, Stephanie Colonero, 
Alicia Catalina, Donna Con- 
way, Joanne CoUiton, Tracey 
Clark, Diane Caristi, Christine 
Calao, Bill Carruth; Row 1: Jon 
Coleman, Chris Collier, Duane 
Clark. 



DONNA KINNEY — treasurer 







Back row: Matthew Corey, Robert Cossette, Brian Doucette, 
Kathy DeMattio, Jean Pilla, Katrina Diehard, Terrence Cul- 
len, David Croke, Richard D'Entremont, Merrill Cook, John 
Cuman; Row 2: Shirley Cunningham, Laura Powderly, Karen 
Dunn, Linda Cook, Lisa DiClemente, Susan Damery, Marie 
Corbisiero, William Doherty, Chris Doherty, Jack Dillen; 
Row 1: Maureen Delaney, Kevin Dougherty, Dennis DeFran- 
cesco, Susan Clark, James Culver, Peter Donahue, Paul De- 
Weerd. 



SOPHOMORES 



Back row: Bonnie Blake, Harry 
French, Steve Fouchetti, Julie 
Feltman, Raina Eckhardt, Jane 
Egan, Tara Dyer, Brenda 
Eaton, Karen Fuller, Regina 
Farmello; Row 2: Paul Furey, 
Peggy lovino, Lori Fitzgerald, 
Chuck Ennis, Gary Duffy, 
Cheryl Draper, Bob Duff, Bill 
Ford; Row 1: Mark Eaton, Joe 
Fernands, Holly Beauchesne, 
Beth Boatright, Judy Curly, 
Linda Fox. 





Back row: Dan Greene, Carol Hanley, Cindy Gerlek, Teryl 
Gardner, Kim Ginder, Deb Graham, Mari Godfredsen, Tim 
Gwinn, David Hamann; Row 2: Angela Gawel, Laura Pow- 
derly, Julie Hall, Bob Cossette, Bill Oram, John Gansis, 
David Gauntt, Simon Gardner; Row 1: Kathy Harrison, 
Andrea Gilroy, Kathy Hanson, Alain Goodman. 



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Back rmv: Tom Hooper, Mike C. Hall, John Hughes, An- 
thony lasi, Terri Herrick, Gretchen Hubert, Jan HoUenbeck, 
Hilda Head, Doug Haynes, Andrea Jansen; Row 2: David 
Jauss, Sandy Hayes, Ellen Hoult, Robbie Holmes, Nancy 
Hennrikus, Jeff Hoyland, Cathy Hendnck, Jennifer Jeffrey; 
Row 1: Michael J. Hill, Sheila Jameson, Diane Higson. 





Back row: Rick Kramer, Rickey Laperriere, Sue Knickle, Mark 
Kettering, Fred Kelly, John Jonuskis, Jackie Jepsen, Donna 
Kinney, Rachel Kneeland; Row 2: Kathy Konkle, Mary Latina, 
Pam Knoph, Dale Kutyna, Jon Leary, Gary Laundry, Carol 
Leary, Chris Kephart; Row 1: Sandy Kane, Bill Jeter, Terry 
Jones, Jim Leary, Kevm Kattwinkle, Keith Kelly, Denise 
Kenny. 



Back row: Sonny Lezama, Paul McEachern, Mike Leskowski, 
Bob Brady, Gina Musacchio, Laura Lungren, George Linehan, 
Art Lenihan, Al Lovely, Jeff McAuUiffe, Steve Leonard; Row 
2: MarieLaina Lorrey, Cathy MacDonald, Judy Maloney, 
Martha Maskalenko, Leshe Mattoon, Kathy MacKerron, Mary 
McHarg, Ed McKie; Row 1: Bill MacLeod, Mark Macklin, 
Theresa McDonnell, Angela Luter, Al McLeod, Dave Masse. 




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Back row: Carol Monaco, Richard Nawoichik, Wayne New- 
man, Jeanne O'Hara, Chris Page, John O'Neil, Dave Milam, 
Brian Milligan, Joe Nizko; Row 2: Tom O'Brien, John Naz- 
zaro, Leslie O'Connor, Lorraine Miller, Carolyn Mulligan, 
Joyce Palmeri, Ilona Nyilas, Elaine Naugler; i.- John Mul- 
ligan, Bernie Morgan, Janice Nickerson, Anne Moeller, 
Karen Morano, Francis Mulhern. 



Back row: Charles Philbrick, Debbie Pepper, Bonnie Porter, 
Carl Peterson, Robert Perry, Jean Pilla, Laura Powderly, 
Terrence Parker, Denise Paquette, Kevin Polk; Row 1: Karen 
Pliska, Tamara Paul, Stephanie Payne, Susan Clark, Robert 
Parker, Michael Porter, Gilbert Potvin, Anthony Pandiscio. 





Back row: Darien Saunders, Julie Schooreus, Kathy Riley, 
Jean Ringle, Jackie Schoendorf, Kathy Rennie; Diane Robin- 
son, Laura Reed, Doug Reader, Augie Russo, Mike Sainato, 
Mike Ratney, Lynne Roberts, Lisa Rizzari; Row 1 : Mike Riley, 
Clark Robinson, Richard Salter, Stuart Salzer. 



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Back raw: Robert Sutherland, Michael Sizoo, Tracy Shaw, 
Robin Stidworthy, Dina Siegal, Beth Spooner, Glen Stamper, 
Barry Smith, Tim Sparks; Row 1 : Douglas Stefanov, Mary Ann 
Salomonides, Doris Sullivan, Barbara Stella, MaryAnn Ste- 
vens, Amy Senio, Robin Smyser, Sharon Stalling. 





Back rem/: Randy Toney, Tom 
Swisher, Clarie Swanson, 
Bonnie Walcott, Eileen Walsh, 
Kim Trelegan, Ken Ward, 
Bobby Webb; Row 1: Marsoin 
Van Order, Terry Tortoriei, 
Judy Sword, Susan Sykes, Tre- 
celle Sweet, Laurie Welsh, Lisa 
Welton, Jamie Torgerson. 



Back rcnv: Mary Farrill, Donna Williamson, Roheima Wood; 
Row 1: Richard Yanosick, Carolyn Yatsko, Marilyn Young, 
Andrea Williams, Lisa Wilson, Kim Wisson. 



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5^^^^^^^^ ^FRESHMEN 




Back row: Linda Amundson, 
Debbie Clyde, Nell Barton, 
Cheryl Blodgett, Therese Bel- 
lino, John Barck, Don Code, 
Jay Ashe, Jon Ball, Joanne 
Barrels, Melissa Abbot, Nancy 
Blake; Row 1: Michelle Benoit, 
Gail Aldorisio, Julie Ahearn, 
Kristen Blaisdell, Tracy Au- 
coin, Todd Baldwin, Jane 
Bilafer, Jeff Bates, Don Birch. 



MARIE LYONS — vice president 




i 



Back row: Bill Carroll, Ken 
Bulliss, Edwin Busch, Nina 
Bohrad, Cathy Christen, Tracy 
Burrows, Sharon Bratt, 
Yvonne Busa, Barbara Bud- 
den, Laura Bryan, Beth Chap- 
man; Row 2: Paul Caruso, 
Kevin Buck, Charles Brunner, 
Chris Burri, Kristen Carr, 
Laura Bullock, Chris Callahan, 
Natalie Breatnall, Sandra 
CAvWettv, Row 1: David Brown, 
Donnie Boatright, Bruce Bul- 
lock, Scott Beaman, Scott 
Chambers. 





SUE KILPATRICK 



Back row: Richard Cohen, Ean 
Cuthbert, John Deranian, 
Diane Cushman, Diane Da- 
mon, Debbie Collins, Brian 
Doherty, Dana Dempsey, 
Carole Delaney, JoEllen Dam- 
ery; Row 2: Laurel Davidson, 
Mark DeBenedictes, Mike 
Davidson, Celine Dooley, 
John Conway, Carl Coward, 
Darren Colonero, Peter 
Donovon, David Collins; Ron 
1: Steve Davidson, Joann 
Conto, Jonathon Crohe, Gary 
Conners. 

PETE RUSSO — treasurer 






Back row: Crag Fager, Daniel Fenell, Mary Flores, Natalie 
Epeneter, Tracey FiUeul, Jean Ennis, Katie Doucet, Lisa Far- 
rell, Shirley Ewart; Row 2: Glenn Ellis, Douglas Frost, Chris 
Fischer, Lawrence Freni, David Eunson, Ronald Felix, Erica 
Ellingson, Sue Eldridge, Meg Dotra; Row 1: Liz Forrest, Jane 
Foerst, Deidre Fenton, Patricia Falcione. 







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Back row: Tom Long, Dean Jeas, Scott Litchfield, Larry 
L'Heureux, Leif Lustig, Bruce Kalloch, Verl Kingsford, Doug 
Johnson, Wayne Johnson; Row 2: Sheryl Lindsey, Robin Joss, 
Carol Kean, Marie Lyons, Mike Lehan, Mark Little, Teresa 
Johnson, Michelle Levesque, Debbie Kaplan; Row 1: Ron 
Knight, Carolyn Kenney, Chris Jeter, Beth Lipson, Michelle 
Joy, Dave Kalloch. 




Back row: Malcolm Martin, Charlie Martin, Beth MacDougall, 
Sue Mead, Mary Jo McManus, Mary McGarry, Donna Masse, 
Nichole Maillet, Lynn Milam; Row 1: Sean McAuliffe, Julie 
Malchow, Robin McKenzie, Julie McMurtrie, Bob Massa, Bill 
McMahan, Tom Mead, Frank Melvin, Mike McGrath. 





Back row: Dawn Murphy, Linda Michelson, Renata Morrow, 
Cheri Naugler, Sara Miller, Noel Murphy, Stephanie Moll, 
Ellen Mizzoni, Lori Mietzner, Joanne Nazzaro; Row 2: Steven 
Nelson, Tom Mulligan, David Morano, Fred Miksenas, Fer- 
ence Nagy, Robert Miller, Michael Oates, Keith Moffet, 
James Nelson; Row 1: Stephen Morris, Nancy Soumen, Dan 
Morgan, Janice Molloy. 



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on 



Back row: Brad R.chard. Doug Park A""^. .^ane Popol.a, 
Lmda Pepe, Kns Pruyx, Andy Pr.ce, Joe Ph'lb"ck Sco Pen- 
ney, Mark Olmstead, V.cky Patterson, 2. Frances 
Tucker Judy Parker, Heather Paton, Debbie Osbrominder, 
Walter Owen Dave Paradise, Sean Picket, Jeanne Palmeri, 
Brenda Pyls; Rou- /. Joan O Rourke, Bucky Huenfeld, Scott 
Rebas, Doug Pottle, Suzzanne Rioler. 





Back row: Scott Rogers, Sherm Robinson, J.m Sa.uos Todd 
Russell, Jeff Santosuosso, Steve Schooren, Ray Smith, 
Leighanne Rogers, Lisa Shea; Row 
Serpa, Peter Russo, Naomi Sachs, 
Sibley, Ann Shields, Laurie Scullen. 



\: Paul Scheyder, Scott 
Anita Sciaraffa, Rhonda 



Back row: Renee Theriault, Kathy Sparks, Kel ey Stone Mar e 
Sternberg, Wanda Swartz, Linda Stephan, Nancy Foley E.c 
Thoresen John Stefanell.; Row 1: Tanya Van Order Cla e 
Towle, Joan Sullivan, Tricia Stevens, Chris Sutherland, 
Ginger Stern, John Spadaro, Matt Stuart, Will Vetrano. 




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Suddenly everything's clear ..." 



ADMINISTRATION 




MR. THOMAS J. DUGGAN — principal 



To the Class of 1977: 

Our task of guiding and helping you to achieve 
your fullest potential has come to an end. Your task 
now is to draw upon your high school experiences 
and make the difficult decisions for the future. I hope 
that our contributions will help to make those 
decisions easier. 

On behalf of all of us at Bedford High School, I 
wish each of you success and happiness in whatever 
direction you decide to go. 

Thomas J. Duggan 
Principal 






MR. CHESTER MELANSON MR. WILLIAM AMBROSE 

"Happiness, health, and good luck to each of you." 



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COUNSELING 




LRC SPECIAL ED 




MRS. ANN BERLINER MRS. MARGIE CARPENTER MRS. MARTHA PARKER 

"The wise individual is one who knows 
what he does not know." 



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BUSINESS 




MR. WILLIAM CORLISS MR. FRED FERRY MRS. PAULA GULLAGE 

"Two roadi diverged in a wood and I - I "Easy does it. Don't give in to a feeling of 

took the one less traveled by, and that has stress or strain." 
made all the difference. " 



HOME EC 




MRS. BETTY BAKER MRS. KATHLEEN DRENAS MRS. RUTH MATTHEWS 

"Most people like the convenience of an opin- "Today is the tomorrow you worried about 

ion without the inconvenience of thought." yesterday." 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




MR. DANA ANDREWS 
"Not I, not anyone can travel that road for 
you, you must travel it yourself , it is not far, 
it is within reach." 



MR. VICTOR CARLSON 

"Understanding oneself will enable you to 
better cope with your career endeavors." 



MR. CHARLES DIPIETRO 

"As you make decisions in your lifetime, he 
sure to have an understanding of all the op- 
tions available as well as a recognition of 
your own personal values. Good luck to the 
Class of 77." 




MR. PETER LEE 

"The most difficult ascent is always the 
easiest descent. " 



MR. FREDERICK MELANSON 
"To succeed one must be persistent and con- 
sistant. " 



MR. HUGH MORGAN 
"Look at all work as a challenge, not as a 
means of existence." 



MR. MICHAEL 
RINALDI 




AUDIO- VISUAL 



MR. BRUCE 
MORSE 
"You cannot teach a 
man anything: you 
can only help him to 
find it within him- 
self." 



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ART 




MISS MARILYN CHISHOLM 

"Never give up, keep on trying. " 




MR. ANTHONY PILLA 

"There ain't no such thing as a free lunch." 



MUSIC 




MRS. JENNIFER LATHAM MR. KEITH PHINNEY MR. WILLIAM TOLAND 

"Tune thy music to thy heart." 



166 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




MISS LOIS BLAKENEY 





MR. JOHN DIETZ 
"Life is wonderful. Enjoy its wonders, hut 
don't take them or yourself too seriously." 



MRS. BETSY HERRLING 
"Keep your head up high, and your feet on 
the ground. Qui non proficit, deficit. He 
who doesn't advance, falls behind." 



MISS ANITA GALANTE 

"Salud, amor, y pesetas, y muchos anos de 
gastarles. Buena suerte!" 



MISS JANICE KOHN 
"It's within your power to become whatever 
type of person you wish to be. That person, 
once identified, will determine your actions 
and eventually become you." 




MISS MARJORIE MINTZ 
"Reach for the stars. Don 't settle for medioc- 
rity. " 



167 



MR. TERRENCE 
BANE 

"Always believe in 
yourself and never 
forget how to laugh." 




ENGLISH 




MR. BRENDAN 
DESILETS 

"Love each other." 
Jesus "All real living 
is meeting." Buber 
"Dont just listen to 
me... Desilets 




MISS MARY ELLEN 
GALLAGHER 

"Education, at best, is ecstatic' 



MRS. DOROTHY HOVSEPIAN 

"Be open . . . face things honestly. Strive 
for growth . . . work for change, but stop to 
smell the flowers . . . Be happy." 



MR. JOHN JUDGE 

"Carpe dieru." 



MRS. DEBRA 
KALAN 

"Hail to thee. Blithe 
Drama Jocks." 




MRS. JOAN 
KINNEY 

"Seek wisdom through 
knowledge. " 



168 




MRS. OLIVE LEMERISE 
"God grant me the serenity to accept the 
things I cannot change, courage to change 
the things I can, and wisdom to know the 
difference. " 



MR. WALTER 
POWERS 

"Do not fear your 
making mistakes; fear 
your not learning 
from them." 



MR. CARLETON McCAULEY 
"Order is the beginning of beauty. Let us 
begin with ourselves." 



MISS JANET PERRY 

"A man's reach should exceed his grasp, or 
what's a heaven for?" 




MRS. JOAN 
SPENCE 

"To be nobody but my- 
self in a world which 
is doing its best, night 
and day, to make you 
everybody else, means 
to fight the hardest 
battle which any 
human being can 
fight, and never stop 
fighting." 



LIBRARIAN 



SPECIAL ED. 





MISS ELIZABETH DOWLING 
"/ have learned silence from the talkative. ' 



MRS. GAIL KRAUSE 
"The time has come, the Walrus said, to talk 
of many things: of shoes - and ships - and 
sealing wax - of cabbages and kings. " 



169 



I 
I 





MRS. DOROTHY A. GREENLER 

"Success and happiness to you all." 



MR. THOMAS HIGGINS 

"If you would not be forgotten, as soon as 
you are dead and rotten, either write things 
worth reading or do things worth writing. " 



MR. NORMAN 
HOULE 
"Be true to yourself." 



MRS. MARY L. McHARG 
"Life is short - make each 
minute count." 




MRS. JEAN MIELE 

"Best of luck to you all." 



170 





MR. JOSEPH PATULEIA 
"- To be nobody - but - yourself, in a world 
which is doing its best, night and day, to 
make you everybody else, means to fight the 
hardest battle which any human being can 
fight, and never stop fighting, Champion the 
right to he yourself!" 



MR. ARMANDJ. SABOURIN 

"You don't wish yourself to be something; 
you force yourself to be that." 



SCIENCE 



MR. ALBERT SMITH 
"Success without integrity is failure. " 



MRS. MARGARITA 
APICELLA 

"As you think, you travel; and as 
you love, you attract. You will 
become as small as your control- 
ling desire; as great as your do- 
minant aspiration." 



..>,,vm:y-'^ MR. ROBERT GILLIS 

"7977 - It had to happen 
thanks for the memories. " 




MISS CATHERINE KELLIHER 
"Always Care. ' 



MR. ROBERT MORISSETTE 
"/ am convinced that much of success in life 
is the result of learning from the many mis- 
takes you will make." 



171 





MR. LEONARD PALMER 

"// a man does not keep pace with his companions . 



MRS. BARBARA ROBINSON 

"Lack of money does not entitle one to a free ride.' 



V 




MISS CATHERINE 
SHEMET 

"These are the Good Old Days." 




MR. CALVIN TINGLEY 

"Always remember - there is more than one way to skin 
a cat." 




MR. RICHARD SMITH 

'Future teachers, one and all . 




MR. LAWRENCE ULLMAN 

'Understand who you really are and act accordingly : 



172 




MR. RICHARD CASE 
"Try to be a good neighbor, but remember 
that, though neighbors come and go, 
everywhere you go you take yourself with 
you." 



MR. VERNON DAMERON 

"May the knowledge, inspiration, and skills 
derived from the past four years provide the 
basis for success in your future endeavors.' 



SOCIAL STUDIES 



MRS. CAROL FRENIER 

"Thomas Caryle once said, 'The great law of 
culture is: Let each become all he was capable 
of being.' I hope this will be true for all of 
you and that you will allow it to be true for 
all those around you." 




MR. LAURENCE HEALEY 

"The key to all doors is, never give up, al- 
ways keep trying." 



MR. JOSEPH HERLIHY 

"If you want to be a success in life, make a 
covenant with yourself. This will make you 
work harder than mere daydreaming about 
what you'd like to do. " 



MR. PAUL LEWIS 

"Equal and exact justice to all men. of 
whatever state or persuasion, religious or po- 
litical." 




MRS. PATRICIA PELLEGRINI 

"Wait until you're old to have a kid, hut 
then have a bus full. ' 



MR. JOHN REYNOLDS 

"Yes, sonny, some day you too will wonder 
what the hell life is all about; then you'll 
quit picking flowers. " 



MR. JOHN SULLIVAN 
"Life is like a marathon. The road is often 
long and lonely hut the satisfaction of 
achieving one's goals is worth the effort." 



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Seniors are f^arficular 
. . . and so are we. 




176 



GOULD MOTORS INC. 



25 North Road 
Bedford, Mass. 275-7200 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Volari 
New Cars — Used Cars — Towing — Body Work 



Bedford 
275-2768 



Chelmsford 
256-3418 



THE ART ROOM 



Parlemont Plaza 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford, MA 01730 



BO WEN'S 



Medfor^^loor Coi>^ng 



Rugs - Tile - Free Estimates 



341 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Mass. 
tel. #275-9550 



39 Riverside Avenue 
Medford, Mass. 
tel. #369-5640 



Cedric J. Smith 



Tel: 275-1967 



BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. 

51 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



BEDFORD PHARMACY 



BEDFORDSHOPPING CENTER 



TOYLAND & HOBBY CENTER 
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 

BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-7210 



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Patrons 



Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Binsack 
Bedford Tool Rental 
A.W. Clifford Realtors 
Palmeri's Flower Shop 

Donors 



Aquarian Realty 
Bicycle Depot 
Nathanial Brown 
Bedford Sea Food 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1977 
from 

VFW Post 1628 
Frederick H. Sullivan 




Hanscom Air Force Base 



b 11 




MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGON AND 
OLDSMOBILE 

SALES 
SERVICE 
PARTS 

39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA. 
AT JUNCTION OF RT. 45-225 
275-8000 





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Smooth Sailing 
Class of 77 
from 

THE SHIP S LOCKER 

359 Great Road 
Bedford 



Compliments of 



MANDI'S GIFT SHOPPE 



275-6738 




aUNOCE 



KELtr 

nTIRES> 



BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE 
CENTER 



CAL BRAMMER 



180 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Tel: 
275-9759 



Compliments 
of 



BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 



186 GREAT ROAD 



BEDFORD 



275-7261 



Milk From Selected Farms' 



BUILDERS Specialty & Hardware 
Corp. 



Depot Square 
Bedford, Mass. 01780 
275-7655 



26 Weston Avenue 
Somerville, Mass. 02144 
666-3000 



y KING 
CYCLE ^ 

198 GREAT RD , BEDFORD 275-2035 




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WEATHER SERVICES 
CORPORATION 

131A GREAT ROAD, 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 • 
TELEPHONE: (617) 275-8860 




Sedjorcf 



Formal Sli 



Bedjorcf Skoppinj Center 
158 trrcat Roai 
BeJforcf. Massackusetts 01/30 




erica 

TreUe CaveTlaza 
188 Boston Roacf 
Blllerica. Massachusetts 01862 



617-275-7088 617-667-1475 



THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 



Great Road 
Shopping Center 
Bedford 



Compliments of 

GENETTI'S 
PACKAGE STORE 

275-6579 



Compliments 
of 

MARYB. CASSIDY, M.D. 



Compliments 
of 

CENTER BARBER SHOP 

A Full Service 
Shop 
275-9883 



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Law Offices 



Compliments of 



DILLEN FUNERAL HOME 



TRES CHERE POODLES 



TOYS 




MINIATURES 



Expert All-Breed Grooming 
Top Quality Registered Puppies 
(Brown, Black, White, Silver) 
"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Chere!" 
MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 617-275-1296 
89 CONCORD ROAD (Rt. 62) 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 



325 GREAT ROAD 



Artist Materials 



Unfinished Furniture 



BRIDGE, DYSON & KILMARTIN 

60 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
TELEPHONE (617) 275-0860 



275-1960 
275-9743 





Dresses 



Casual 



Evening 



328 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



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McDonald's 

LJ LI® 



McDonalds 
of bedford 



346 Great Road 




CHARLES STEFANELLI 
VARIETY 
STORE 



275-0025 



DOM'S SERVICE STATION 

Prop. Dom Palmeri 



Grease — Oil — Tune-Ups 
Tires — Accessories 



AMERICAN 



314 Great Road 



Dial 275-9756 



PERFORMANCE MOTOR PARTS 

335 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



compliments of 



THE HUENEFELD COMPANY, INC. 



consultants to book publishers 



Madra Clapp 
John Huenefeld 
Allan MacGregor 



Nancy Newman 
Margaret Schwerin 



COZY CORNER 

Subs, Pizza & Fried Foods 
275-9866 



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Compliments Of 



lotron 



lotron Corporation 



5 Alfred Circle, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



DR. & MRS. 
GUY 
A. 

MCGARRY 



Best Wishes 
To The Class Of 
1976 



Congratulations to the Class of '77 
from 

ATTORNEY and MRS. ROBERT T. DUNN 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
to the Class of 
1977 

from 



The National Honor Society 



Compliments of 



DESIGN STUDIO 



4 Preston Court 
275-2270 



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RJ.'S BARBER SHOP 

30 Shawsheen Ave. 
Tel. 275-1620 

Specializing in Men's and Boys 
Hairstyling 

Retailer of R.K. 
Products for men 



Mon-Sat. 
closed Wed 



KAYE INSTRUMENTS, INC. 



275-0300 




15 Deangelo Drive 
Bedford, Mass. 01730' 



Compliments of 



C. Rogers Lord, M.D. 



and 



John W. Bergin, M.D. 



Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1977 



BLAKE 
NEWS STORE 



MR. GENE 

Hair Stylist 
And Wig Salon 



275-7366 



326 The Great Road 
Rte. 4 and 225) Bedford 



Congratulations To The Class Of '77 
From 



DAVIDSON'S 



PHARMACY 



WAYNE HOOPER LANDSCAPING 

2 Russet Road, Bedford 
275-8238 



185 



Compliments 
of 

BEDFORD BOWLADROME 

199 Great Rd., Bedford 
tel. # 275-6459 



Compliments of 

the DONOVAN COMPANY 
REALTORS 

275-6637 



Compliments of 

BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 



275-6850 



BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME, 

INC. 



167 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 

G. WILLIAM CLARK, JR. 
DIRECTOR 



('(Hi^itiiiilaiioiLs 

from all 
iA' us iu\i\ 
sliieenvsi 
nlslicvs for riiiiirt^ sum*ss. 

THF = = 



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J A CK FLASH PRINTING 



119 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Ma. 01730 
(617) 275-2679 




Wishes 
the Class of '77 
a good life. 



POLIO'S BARBER SHOP 

72 Great Road 
Bedford, Ma. 



ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 

congratulations and best wishes 
to the class of 1977 

DR. & MRS. ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM 



Hillside Motors 



(The Head Shop) 



Auto & Machine Shop Service 
Depot Square — Bedford, Ma. 275-1333 



Brake & Axle 
Press 
Engine Rebuilding 

Glass Peaning 
Gillette & Firestone 
Tires 




Automotive & 
Machine Shop Service 
Complete Cylinder 
Head Reclamation 

Brake Work 
Air Conditioners 



Pro. Fran Mannone 



275-1333 
275-9740 
Complete Service for American 
& Foreign Cars 
Hours: 7-6 Mon.-Fri. — Sat. by Appt. Only 



187 



WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE 
INC. 



I 111! I 
'ill I 
'III 



Leading Makes of Appliances 
Television and Stereo 
GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 



''WTowhead 

MOTOR INN 



JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 

We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces 
363 E. Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



BEDFORD FARMS 

ICE CREAM 
SINCE 
1880 




John M. Currie, President 
International Navigation Corp. 
65 Wiggins Ave. 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
Tel. 617-275-2970 



BEDFORD JE WELERS 
INC. 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 

323 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-7056 



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BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 

1977 




BEDFORD POLICE 
ASSOCIATION, INC. 



Suburban Grounds 
Maintenance 



Landscaping & Turf Management 
Design — Construction — Maintenance 
Phone 275-8024 Free Estimates 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

Benjamin R. Sears, Realtor 
99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 
275-8540 



mil 




Musical 
Instuments 

Coffee 
House 

Sheet 
Music 



The Motorized Bicycle Use it anywhere. 
It's a fun way to a practical solution for today's 
energy problems! 

Dependable, Versatile 
Simple, Save & Economical 
CIMATTI, JAWA 




• No insurance Required • $3 Registration 

• No Helmet Required For 2 years 

• No inspection • 6 Months Warranty On 

• No Excise Tax All Parts 

• Up to 150 M.P.G. 

Take a test ride today and experience the exhilarating 
freedom of the Motorized Bicycle. " It's the way to go! 

Bedford Moped Inc. 

52 The Great Rd. 
Bedford Mass. 
275-0449 
Sales, Service, Parts, Accories 



DUNHAM'S BOOK STORE 

Good Used Books and Paperbacks 
Bought and Sold 
Over 15,000 Books Priced & Classified 
50 Great Rd. Bedford 275-9140 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 



1977 

MILLIPORE CORPORATION 
ASHBY ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 
(617) 275-9200 




Compliments of 
DR. & MRS. KOURY D.M.D 



'My brain's all aching and racked with pain!' 




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YEARBOOK 
STAFF 



Betsy Nickerson — Assistant Editor-in-Chief 



Patty Hansen — Assistant Layout Editor 



Sue Latina — Editor-in-Chief 
Becky Konkle — Layout Editor 

Gina Debarardis — Business Manager 





Mr. McCauley — Advisor 

As in previous years, a few dedicated individuals accepted the challenge 
of recording our memories for all to remember. On these two pages we 
honor these special people by giving them recognition for their labor. A 
very special thank-you must be extended to Burlington Studios for mak- 
ing what seemed to be impossible deadlines possible. As for Mr. 
McCauley's contributions, what words can possibly express our grati- 
tude? Above all, we will remember his concern for us as individuals. 
One final word of gratitude for the moral encouragement received from 
a few individuals from tele-media, who kept us laughing rather than de- 
spairing! Perhaps this laughter best typifies the mood of our graduating 
class, and our Missile, 1977. 



Lori Welch — Cartoonist 



Lauren Binsack — Constant Co-Worker 

Kathy Coules — Constant Co-Worker 



Janice Letizi — Constant Co-Worker 



1 




SALESMEN 



CONSTANT CO-WORKERS 



Carol Collins 
Leslie Coionero 
Jan Ginder 
Ellen Gurley 
Angela Head 
Gretchen Hubert 
Pam Knopf 
Mary Latina 



Brian O'Donnell 
Evette Parker 
Shara Paul 
Tammy Paul 
Daryl Swartz 
Lisa Welton 
Amy Wood 



Danna Besse — Art Editor 

Terry Dunn — Assistant Layout Editor 

Maureen Hanley — Assistant Copy Editor 

Carol Cooper — Literary Editor 

Ann Brode — Assistant Literary Editor 

Debbie DiClemente — Typist 

Patti Russo — Typist 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Dan Flynn 
Rich Frazier 
Fred Knecht 
Kerry Pixton 



Carol Twombly — Artist 




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